Introducing Petite Places

Welcome to Day 6 of Papertrey Ink’s 8th Anniversary Release! Today, the design team is showcasing another new stamp series called Petite Places by Betsy Veldman. This month’s series is all about churches. But that’s not it. There are a few dies that are also being release on February 15 at 10pm EST at Papertrey Ink that you can use to make unique dome projects. Here are a couple of projects that I made.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink (Petite Places: Church - February 2015)

I made a clear dome topper for my buttons. My plan is to incorporate these toppers for my button containers in my craft studio for a cute and artsy aesthetic. More photos to follow on the display case.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink (Petite Places: Church - February 2015)

Here, you can see the side of the church. The 360-degree view of this project is fabulous.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink (Petite Places: Church - February 2015)

Here is a direct view of the clear dome. I stamped the Petite Places: Church die with the coordinating stamps. I also used the Scene It: Basic Backer die as a base for the clear dome mason jar topper. I had to die cut it twice because I used Petite Places: Pop Up Trees die to make that tree pop up in the dome. I covered the tree with some floral sequins for a spring time feel. Last, I added some flitter to simulate green grass. It looks so realistic. I can’t believe that I actually made it.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink (Petite Places: Church - February 2015)

A peek into my craft studio. This is my button display. I’ll rearrange the button mason jars as I add toppers to some of them.

For those of you would like to see more of my space, I’ll share it in a couple of months. I’ve given myself a late spring deadline. I have more organizing to do to make it presentable and provide the best interior design tips that I can since changing my room about 5 times in the past few years.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink (Petite Places: Church - February 2015)

Supplies

Stamps: Petite Places: Church

Ink: Hibiscus Burst, Fine Linen

Cardstock: White, Lemon Tart, Simply Chartreuse

Dies: Petite Places: Church, Petite Places: Pop Up Trees, Scene It: Basic Backer

Other: floral sequins, flitter

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink (Petite Places: Church - February 2015)

My next project is a wedding card using my new doodle sketch technique. I wanted to show that you can use it on other stamp images. I’ll do a video tutorial on this technique in a few weeks!

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink (Petite Places: Church - February 2015)

Steps

  1. Stamp building images in various ink hues.
  2. Using a fine point pen, sketch around the outlines of the buildings and the cardstock edges.
  3. Stamp greeting.
  4. Using reinkers and a watercolor pen brush, add three lines of color.
  5. Mat on card front.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink (Petite Places: Church - February 2015)

Supplies

Stamps: Petite Places: Church

Ink: Summer Sunrise, Hawaiian Shores, Aqua Mist, Harvest Gold, Raspberry Fizz, Simply Chartreuse, True Black

Cardstock: white linen, harvest gold

Other: aqua mist/raspberry fizz/lemon tart reinker, watercolor brush pen

Card Size: 5.5 x 4.25

Here are some links to check out what the rest of the design team created today using Betsy’s new Petite Places stamps and dies. These projects will surely WOW you!

Nichole Heady

Amy Sheffer

Betsy Veldman

Danielle Flanders

Dawn McVey

Heather Nichols

Laura Bassen

Laurie Willison

Maile Belles

Melissa Phillips

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  • Holly Saveur - STUNNING IDEA!!!ReplyCancel

  • Birgit - Sweet idea to top your button jars with those tiny works of art! The flower tree is so clever. I’m really enjoying your doodles as well!ReplyCancel

  • Susan Beauchaine - I did a couple of double-takes on this post!
    The sequin tree??? the traced church???
    You are entering into stamping genius here, Ashley.
    Your previous flower card was amazing. This… GENIUS!!!
    Thanks for sharing
    SusanReplyCancel

  • Julia Aston - What a great way to ‘art up’ your button jar! It will give you joy each time you look at it! And what a wonderful technique – doodling up the church stamping! Lovely inspiration here Ashley!ReplyCancel

  • Suzanne Russell - I love your new doodling technique! It brings a freshness and vitality to your card-making!ReplyCancel

  • christal mclean - Can’t, can’t, can’t get enough of your “doodling” sketches and can hardly wait for the video. Very fun and fresh!ReplyCancel

  • Keysha Sain - I really love your doodling technique!! I cant wait to see the video for that! What a great idea to make toppers for your button jars!!! I love seeing the many different ways to use the PTI products!!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer K - Your little scene is so colorful and fresh and spring-y. And I can’t wait to see all your button toppers together when this series is all done. It will be an absolutely spectacular site to behold – I’m just sure of it.ReplyCancel

  • Colleen F - You WOW’d me with your flower doodles, now this is just as stunning!! Can hardly wait to see the video!ReplyCancel

  • terresa - Lovely! Cant wait to make one. Can you tell me where you purchased the jars? They weren’t listed with the supply list.ReplyCancel

  • Sandy M - Wow! This set is going to be at the top of my list. I can see this being used as jar toppers for my Christmas gifts in a jar. Imagine that church done up with the holiday colors. Awesome!ReplyCancel

  • María Alba Negrón - Hi Ashley,

    This little creation had me jumping from JOY!

    Cariños,
    María AlbaReplyCancel

  • Sue - Ashley, your yellow church is so beautiful! I love the flower sequins that you added – so pretty! I can’t wait to create one of these little churches for Easter.ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Mc - Ashley, your button jar dome scene is adorable. Love the tree of floral sequins with the church! Your doodling in your card looks professionally done (printed). Super job! When you mention a watercolor brush pen, what kind do you use? I’m in the market for one. TIA!ReplyCancel

  • Nancy Penir - The doodles give a whole new dimension to a stamp set! Adorable button jars, and your topper looks perfect in in niche!ReplyCancel

  • Hollie - The doodles are great!!!! Love that last card!ReplyCancel

  • Linda Lander - Love how you used the latest release…especially the stamp lined up…clever use…ReplyCancel

  • see mary stamp - I’m intrigued by the Doodle Sketch technique. I’ll look forward to your video tutorial. Beautiful projects!ReplyCancel

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